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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted April 16, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

The Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star was a busy one with plenty of games on across the...

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Today is Poppy Day!

Today is Poppy Day!

Posted April 16, 2021
History / Arts / Culture

The annual Poppy Appeal supports current and ex-service personnel, including the NZ Police, and their families.

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Increased penalty for mobile use while driving

Increased penalty for mobile use while driving

Posted April 16, 2021
Government , Road Info

The infringement fee for using a mobile phone while driving will increase from $80 to $150 from 30 April 2021...

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted April 16, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

On the Gold FM Football Report with Carters contractors, Brian Gentil caught up with Rudy Sas. They started with the...

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Call for animal use in science to stop

Call for animal use in science to stop

Posted April 16, 2021
Environmental , Government

The New Zealand Anti-Vivisection Society is calling for people to sign their Striking at the Source petition

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Changeable weather continues into the weekend

Changeable weather continues into the weekend

Posted April 15, 2021
Weather

This week has seen much unsettled weather and MetService is forecasting this trend to continue with cooler temperatures expected to...

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Gold FM Police File

Gold FM Police File

Posted April 15, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

Community Constable Harley North called into Gold FM to deliver the Police File. This week only one person was arrested...

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No new community cases; 2 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

No new community cases; 2 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

Posted April 15, 2021
Health

There are no new cases in the community to report today. There are two new positive cases of COVID-19 to...

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World leading live export ban means thousands of animals will no longer suffer overseas

World leading live export ban means thousands of animals will no longer suffer overseas

Posted April 14, 2021
Environmental

SAFE CEO Debra Ashton said she’s pleased to see the Government is taking animal welfare seriously.

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Government to phase out live exports by sea

Government to phase out live exports by sea

Posted April 13, 2021
Government , Media Release

The Government has announced that the export of livestock by sea will cease following a transition period of up to...

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Western Bay Council to stop accepting cheques

Western Bay Council to stop accepting cheques

Posted April 13, 2021
Council Matters

Western Bay of Plenty District Council is encouraging residents to plan ahead with payment options ahead of cheque payments being...

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Thames Coromandel Update with Councillor Martin Rodley

Thames Coromandel Update with Councillor Martin Rodley

Posted April 13, 2021
Council Matters , Podcasts

Brian Gentil spoke to Martin Rodley, Councillor for Thames Ward in Thames-Coromandel District Council for an update.

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Name Release - Lake Rotoma

Name Release - Lake Rotoma

Posted April 13, 2021
Emergency Services

The name of the person found deceased in Lake Rotoma on Monday has been released.

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Amber-Lee - $100,000 reward offered

Amber-Lee - $100,000 reward offered

Posted April 13, 2021
Emergency Services

Police is today announcing a $100,000 reward for information that reveals what happened to missing toddler Amber-Lee Rose Cruickshank.

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Auckland Zoo euthanises two male lions

Auckland Zoo euthanises two male lions

Posted April 13, 2021
Environmental

Days after Wellington Zoo euthanised two elderly lionesses Auckland Zoo has euthanised two elderly male lions.

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Paeroa Central School is a step closer to becoming carbon neutral

Paeroa Central School is a step closer to becoming carbon neutral

Posted April 13, 2021
Environmental

Paeroa Central School is one of ten schools to receive a coal boiler replacement Minister for Climate Change James Shaw...

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Remembering the flood of all floods

Remembering the flood of all floods

Posted April 13, 2021
Environmental

The flood of all floods inundated our district swallowing Waikino today back in 1981.

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Tegg Talk on Gold FM about Waikato Regional Council's Long Term Plan

Tegg Talk on Gold FM about Waikato Regional Council's Long Term Plan

Posted April 12, 2021
Council Matters , Podcasts

Brian Gentil spoke to Waikato Regional Councillor Denis Tegg about the Waikato Regional Council Long Term Plan. Consultation is open...

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Police investigating two serious Bay of Plenty road incidents

Police investigating two serious Bay of Plenty road incidents

Posted April 12, 2021
Emergency Services

A crash involving a car and a pedestrian occurred on Fraser Street Tauranga at about 3.10 pm today. Emergency services...

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Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star

Posted April 12, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

The Gold FM Rugby Report with Harcourts Gold Star had all the results from across the weekend.

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Helicopters to the Rescue

Helicopters to the Rescue

Posted April 12, 2021
Emergency Services

On Saturday, April 3, the Waikato Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked to Otapaurau, on the Coromandel Peninsula, for an infant...

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7 new positive cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation; no new community cases; 1 historical case

7 new positive cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation; no new community cases; 1 historical case

Posted April 12, 2021
Health

There are 7 new positive cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation since the media statement last night. The...

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Westerly; wet and windy

Westerly; wet and windy

Posted April 12, 2021
Weather

It’s autumn, it’s getting colder, there are westerlies, and it will be wet and windy.

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted April 12, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

The Gold FM Fire Call Out with Waihi Fire and Rescue's Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens covered the four jobs...

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TCDC LTP Submissions Close Today

TCDC LTP Submissions Close Today

Posted April 12, 2021
Council Matters

The submission period for Thames Coromandel District Council's Long Term Plan closes today. Have you had your say?

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Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors

Posted April 12, 2021
Podcasts , Sports

The Gold FM Football Report with Carters Contractors featured Rudy Sas with some good news for the start of the...

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New border-related positive COVID-19 case

New border-related positive COVID-19 case

Posted April 11, 2021
Health

A worker at the Grand Millennium managed isolation facility – who is a close contact of the case reported on...

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Today, April 11, is World Parkinson's Day

Today, April 11, is World Parkinson's Day

Posted April 11, 2021
Health

As there is no cure for Parkinson’s, this is an annual opportunity to raise awareness and much needed funds to...

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10 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation; No new community cases

10 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation; No new community cases

Posted April 10, 2021
Health

There are no new COVID-19 community cases to report today and 10 new positive COVID-19 border-related cases in managed isolation...

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Arrests made and meth seized in Waikato

Arrests made and meth seized in Waikato

Posted April 10, 2021
Emergency Services

Waikato Police have arrested three people and seized a large quantity of methamphetamine and cash in relation to the ongoing...

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